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Old 11-23-2020, 07:44 AM   #226  
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Nancy, I'll check out your new and added paintings soon as I get done with this post!

I have doctor appointment this morning......annual deal......cholesterol check, etc. I took in 1330 calories yesterday. Did not get the exercise goals met yesterday.......I played scrabble all afternoon, instead .

Today's goals: 1200-1500 calories, 2 liters water, veggies, fiber, calcium, vit/min supp.

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Old 11-23-2020, 07:51 AM   #227  
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Nancy, more great work! Did you do that with the song? Nice touch!!! Very fitting.
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Old 11-23-2020, 08:17 AM   #228  
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Good morning again! Rachel, good luck at your doctor appointment. Will have breakfast and work out in a few minutes.😁❤️
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Old 11-23-2020, 09:01 AM   #229  
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Good Morning, Everyone!

Last night: Basic stretches
This morning: Oxycise

Calories for yesterday: 1430 +
Weigh In: 190.4
Down: .4

Have a Blessed day and stay safe and healthy. Have a great start to your week!

Copied from Crosswalk Devotions for Dieters

November 23

Matthew 13:45-46
'Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls: Who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had, and bought it.'

A diet that worked! It wasn't anything fancy. It wasn't anything expensive. It didn't involve equipment or special treatments. In fact, it was a diet that anyone could do. Sally sat and talked with her pastor for about an hour, and he helped her see why she should diet for her own good, as well as for God. Her pastor has been a support for her ever since, and she has included God every step of the way. She feels stronger than ever before. It is like finding a treasure. She was so excited and so thankful. God has given her something that no one else can: a better figure and a deep, abiding joy.

Today's thought: My weight will be lost, no matter the cost!
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Had breakfast. Will go for a power walk and run errands in a few minutes. 😁❤️
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Good morning/afternoon to all
Eh WI pretty sad what a weekend of poor choices can do to one....it is that evening snacking I need to reign in
WO about 60 min of cardio. did 3 different video's so not sure on the time part

Rachel hope your annual went well today!

So I have been looking around and decided to buy a meat grinder. I am so tired of paying 4x $ for ground chicken or turkey breast when I can by the protein whole for so much less. I am excited for the machine to get here. I do not have a kitchen aid mixer where you can buy an attachment so I purchased a stand alone machine. Not the most expensive but not the cheapest either. I have been watching a lot of youtube video's on the process and have that down in my head. Now it is a matter of spices to mix with the ground protein. DH loves hot italian sausage so it is a matter of getting the spice blend right. I don't think I will make the actual sausages though.
Have any of you ever ground your own meat? Would love any tips or tricks

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Good afternoon! Power walked and ran errands late this morning/early this afternoon. Had lunch. Will take a shower in a few minutes. 😁❤️
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Nancy: I enjoyed seeing your mandalas and other pictures! Thanks for sharing...
Larry: I like seeing your feeders. I used to feed the birds. It attracted a lot of squirrels. I had this humane trap. Once I was taking a squirrel across the river, and it got loose in my station wagon. It literally was bouncing off the walls. I was so freaked out. When I got across the river, I opened the windows and out flew the squirrel! I don't know what people thought who were driving behind me...

My mom had this nurse who had a pet squirrel. When her mom moved into a nursing home, she left the squirrel at the nursing home. When the patients sat outside, the squirrel would come right up next to them...

I have heard that squirrels migrate really far distances and remember where the oak trees are...

I have been a little remiss.
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No second power walks for me today. Jad supper. My fitness goals for today have been attained.😁❤️
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Larry: I like seeing your feeders. I used to feed the birds. It attracted a lot of squirrels. I had this humane trap. Once I was taking a squirrel across the river, and it got loose in my station wagon. It literally was bouncing off the walls. I was so freaked out. When I got across the river, I opened the windows and out flew the squirrel! I don't know what people thought who were driving behind me...

My mom had this nurse who had a pet squirrel. When her mom moved into a nursing home, she left the squirrel at the nursing home. When the patients sat outside, the squirrel would come right up next to them...

I have heard that squirrels migrate really far distances and remember where the oak trees are...
You made me laugh. The mental picture of the squirrel loose in your station wagon made me think of the "Mississippi Squirrel Revival" a song by American country music singer Ray Stevens" If you have not heard it search and listen to it. I am sure you will laugh
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11/23/2020

LUNCH
Keto chili 1 cup
Colby Jack Cheese 4 oz

DINNER
Keto Beef Stew 1 cup

SNACKS
Enlightened Butter Pecan Keto Ice Cream 1/2 cup

1658 calories, Carbohydrate 3%, Fat 74%, Protein 23%
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Will be shutting down in a few minutes to go to bed. Busy day tomorrow. 😁❤️
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Hi Everyone!

DH had an appointment with a hand specialist today. I had all of his recent reports, tests, x-rays, etc sent to this Dr. He went over the nerve study with us and we found out he has severe neuropothy in his hands as well as carpel tunnel. We were not told from the Neurologist that he had severe neuropothy in his hands. We knew it was in his feet. Neither of us care for the neurologist so, in time we might be finding a different Dr. for that. I think he has met his deductible so if he is going to have carpel tunnel surgery, now might be the time to get it.

Total Approx 1850 calories + Calories way too high.

Breakfast ( 400 calories & )
Frittata
spritz olive oil in pan
2 large eggs 140 calories
veggies 60
14 g. shredded cheese 50 calories
1 piece thin sliced bread toasted 60 calories
Fruit spread 30 calories
juice equivalent to 60 calories
coffee w/cream & monk fruit

Lunch (270 Calories)
1 Siggi's yogurts 110 calories
Fage 0 yogurt 90
Fruit 70 calories

Dinner ( 1180 Calories)
earlier almonds 200 calories
salmon in puff pastry w/spinach 770 calories
collard greens 100 calories
yasso yogurt pop 110 calories

Exercise:
45 minute outdoor walk and Paul Katami Band Exercise TV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG5g...ist=WL&index=2

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Good morning! Will have breakfast and work out in a few minutes. 😁❤️
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Hah! Larry, you nailed it exactly!! When the image of the squirrel loose inTeri's vehicle was in my mind, I also thought of Mississipi"s Squirrel Revival !!

Diana, ewwwww on your poor DH's hands. I hope that he can have the surgery soon and that it'll be a big help. He'll still have the neuropathy though?

I took in 1260 calories yesterday. My annual doctor visit was uneventful, hopefully. Still waiting for cholesterol results. I am on Pravastatin for that.

Today's Plan: 1200-1500 calories, 2 liters water, veggies, fiber, calcium, vit/min supp, situps, will try recumbent bike.
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